Pianist Fiona Joy’s latest effort ‘Into the Mist’ will drop worldwide at the L.A. Audio Show in June.
2L offers up a father-son electro-acoustic recital with splendid sound in this latest Pure Audio Blu-ray release from the audiophile label.
Reference Recordings allows Opera enthusiasts to rediscover the neglected Carlisle Floyd operatic masterpiece ‘Wuthering Heights’ in this beautiful new quad-DSD-recorded SACD set.
Strauss, a program of three symphonic tone poems, gets this new FRESH! series from Reference Recordings off to an auspicious start.
Marantz takes aim at its competitors with this entry-level universal Blu-ray disc player that does Blu-ray 3D and just about every other format one could imagine, but how does it stack up to other players given its $600 price tag?
We put Denon’s new entry-level Universal 3D Blu-ray/DVD/SACD/DVD-A/CD player to the test to see if it is worth the hefty $399 price tag.
Organist Kleive and Harmonica virtuoso Groven present an unusual instrumental duo in recital of both original and transcribed pieces. The sonics of this disc are excellent but the program should be taken in small tastes to avoid the eventual monotony of this instrumental combo.
This week Marantz unveiled two new models in their Blu-ray player line, the UD7005 (SRP: $899, available in September, replacing the BD7004), and UD5005 (SRP $599, available in August, replacing the BD5004) Universal Media Players.
To coincide with the company’s 60th Anniversary, high-end audio manufacturer, McIntosh Laboratory, one of the brands in the D & M Holdings stable, has introduced their first-ever integrated tabletop audio system, the 60th Anniversary MXA60 Executive System.